We love Rust, but we know it can be frustrating sometimes, especially when you're getting started. We want to help make Rust less frustrating, which means we need to know more about what is currently frustrating.

Help Rust improve by sharing your Rust frustrations!

The small print: The information submitted in this form will go to Carol Nichols and Jake Goulding, the founders of Integer 32. By submitting this form, you agree that we may share the information with members of the Rust teams in order to inform improvements to the Rust language or ecosystem. You also agree that we may use code or quotes in blog posts on our blog. Do not submit any confidential or proprietary code or information in this form.


Please include as much context as you want, as you are comfortable with, and as necessary to convey your current situation. Feel free to paste code directly or provide links to a code repository or a gist. Information other than code, such as error messages or confusing documentation, is welcome too!

Knowing a bit about your broader goal can help us understand the context around your frustration.